Our faculty members obtain grants, write books and publish scholarly, peer-reviewed
journal articles, and have been recognized by or serve as officers and leaders for
many national, international and regional academic professional organizations.
We provide you opportunities to present research at national and regional conferences,
publish journal articles, apply for grants and participate in professional activities
with faculty mentors.
The College of Education is also one of Texas' top producers of teachers, administrators,
counselors and other school professionals.
You have the opportunity to collaborate with scholars in the department's other graduate
programs, such as the special education program.
Additional research opportunities exist at our up-to-date observational laboratory,
a testing and computerized data analysis laboratory.
The College of Education is accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation
of Educator Preparation, which means we meet or exceed strict academic standards for
excellence in education.